We help international companies to establish and expand their businesses in this diverse nation, providing direct support from our offices in Singapore and throughout Asia Pacific.
We have a strong track record of working in Indonesia's energy and infrastructure sectors, particularly on transport and oil and gas projects.
We assist businesses investing in Indonesia, large scale energy and infrastructure projects, technology, manufacturing, and on-going corporate issues. We also support Indonesian companies with their expansion overseas which includes listing on international stock exchanges and foreign direct investment.
Our Indonesia contacts have acted for many Indonesian clients and foreign investors into Indonesia. Ashley Wright has spent over 20 years working in and around Indonesia, he was based in Jakarta for five years.
We can quickly deploy teams of specialists who understand how to complete large scale and complex projects in Indonesia. Indonesian law advice is provided through established relationships with a number of local law firms who have experience in dealing with Indonesian authorities, Government and Ministries.
Our lawyers' experience
- Pertamina Hulu Energi (and PTTEP) on acquiring all of Hess’s Indonesian oil & gas producing assets for a total consideration of US$1.3 billion.
- Pertamina on its proposed USD multi-billion dollar Refinery Development Master Plan to upgrade/expand a number of oil refineries in Indonesia.
- A major international contractor in an arbitration involving claims in excess of S$200 million in respect of an oil & gas platform facility in Indonesia.
- Standard Chartered Bank as lead bank in its financing of the upstream development expenditure of a company in the Donggi- Senoro development in Indonesia.
- Seadrill on its operating arrangements for a number of offshore drilling rigs in Indonesia.
- PT Medco Energi on its sale of it interest in the Tuban Block in Indonesia to PT Pertamina.
- BPMigas on the Tangguh LNG project with particular regard to the LNG SPAs to customers in China, Korea and the USA.
- Pertamina on its proposed restructuring of the Bontang LNG Plant in East Kalimantan.